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Northern Echo
Fat Lads on Bikes hail first ever 'Tour de Teesside' a 'wheely' big successPhilanthropic Fund, The Ellen Timney Foundation and MS Middlesbrough and the Fa
Fat Lads on Bikes hail first ever 'Tour de Teesside' a 'wheely' big success
Northern Echo / Posted 35 minutes ago
Philanthropic Fund, The Ellen Timney Foundation and MS Middlesbrough and the Fat Lads on Bikes favoured charity, Ward 14 at James Cook University Hospital. The Fat Lads on Bikes and Phat Lasses in Trainers organise lots of sporting charity events... Read more
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Brisbane Times
99 per cent of Australian shellfish reefs goneand support ocean ecosystems, have been damaged by overfishing for more than tw
99 per cent of Australian shellfish reefs gone
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 hours ago
and support ocean ecosystems, have been damaged by overfishing for more than two centuries. A new report produced by James Cook University and The Nature Conservancy found the main cause of shellfish reef destruction to be European... Read more
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Northern Echo
Passenger, 61, dies after car hits concrete post near Barnard Castle"A passenger in the vehicle, Audrey Elliott, 61, from the Durham area was taken
Passenger, 61, dies after car hits concrete post near Barnard Castle
Northern Echo / Posted 9 hours ago
"A passenger in the vehicle, Audrey Elliott, 61, from the Durham area was taken from the scene by Air Ambulance to James Cook Hospital, but sadly died as a result of her injuries." Loading article content Any witnesses to the accident are... Read more
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Northern Echo
Woman airlifted to hospital after two vehicle crash on A688 at Barford Corner, near Barnard Castleto be cut free from the wreckage by fire crews from Bishop Auckland and Barnard
Woman airlifted to hospital after two vehicle crash on A688 at Barford Corner, near Barnard Castle
Northern Echo / Posted yesterday
to be cut free from the wreckage by fire crews from Bishop Auckland and Barnard Castle after the car she was in hit a concrete pillar. She was airlifted to James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough. It happened at 5.54pm. Loading article cont... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Wine: Swirl to bring out the bestsexy, silky finish. Food match: Serve with duck confit and mushroomy rigatoni.
Wine: Swirl to bring out the best
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
sexy, silky finish. Food match: Serve with duck confit and mushroomy rigatoni. Mayor Island (discovered and named by Capt James Cook in 1769) is actually the crater tip of a volcano, whose eruptions up until 6000 years ago resulted in rich... Read more
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Boston Globe
Hitting the trail on Canada’s east coastin New England, and certainly the craggy coves were a double take of Maine. But
Hitting the trail on Canada’s east coast
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
in New England, and certainly the craggy coves were a double take of Maine. But there was something wilder here. Captain James Cook, who would later earn fame circumnavigating the globe, honed his skills surveying Newfoundland’s jigsaw coastline... Read more
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Northern Echo
Female airlifted to hospital after two vehicle crash on A688 at Barford Corner, near Barnard Castleto be cut free from the wreckage by fire crews from Bishop Auckland and Barnard
Female airlifted to hospital after two vehicle crash on A688 at Barford Corner, near Barnard Castle
Northern Echo / Posted yesterday
to be cut free from the wreckage by fire crews from Bishop Auckland and Barnard Castle after the car she was in hit a concrete pillar. She was airlifted to James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough. It happened at 5.54pm. Loading article cont... Read more
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redOrbit
Climate change could destroy this 100-million year old partnershipunderstanding and untangling such an intimate relationship across space and tim
Climate change could destroy this 100-million year old partnership
redOrbit / Posted 2 days ago
understanding and untangling such an intimate relationship across space and time can yield deep insights into past climates and environments, as well as highlighting current threats to biodiversity.” Image credit: David Blair, James Cook Unive... Read more
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The North West Star
Balancing act for KingKing said. Between working, paintballing, and spending time with family, Ms Ki
Balancing act for King
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
King said. Between working, paintballing, and spending time with family, Ms King is also preparing to move towns to go to James Cook University. She said the move to the coast wouldn’t take her heart out of the Isa. Ms King said she planned to... Read more
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Northern Echo
RNLI issue May day holiday beach warning after rescue of couple near Saltburnon board the lifeboat and landed near the Ship Inn, Saltburn, where he was asse
RNLI issue May day holiday beach warning after rescue of couple near Saltburn
Northern Echo / Posted 2 days ago
on board the lifeboat and landed near the Ship Inn, Saltburn, where he was assessed by paramedics before being taken to James Cook University Hospital for treatment for hypothermia. The inshore lifeboat returned to pick up the woman, aged... Read more
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Northern Echo
Devastated campaigners lose battle to retain hospital shuttle bus serviceis currently free of charge to all passengers – at a cost of £90,000 a year. M
Devastated campaigners lose battle to retain hospital shuttle bus service
Northern Echo / Posted 2 days ago
is currently free of charge to all passengers – at a cost of £90,000 a year. Marie Davies, who works in the pharmacy at James Cook Hospital, but lives in Northallerton, saw how valuable the service was for patients. “I’m absolutely devastated –... Read more
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DW
Africa's road to environmental destruction | Biodiversity |ground, say Sayer and his colleagues at the Centre for Tropical Environment and
Africa's road to environmental destruction | Biodiversity |
DW / Posted 3 days ago
ground, say Sayer and his colleagues at the Centre for Tropical Environment and Sustainability Science at Australia's James Cook University. That wealth of resources remains largely untapped. Australian, Canadian, US and particularly Chinese... Read more
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The Inquirer and Mirror
Child pornography charge 052616last Thursday afternoon on charges of possessing and distributing child pornogr
Child pornography charge 052616
The Inquirer and Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
last Thursday afternoon on charges of possessing and distributing child pornography said to total thousands of images. James Cook, 48, of 83 Fairgrounds Road, was arraigned late Thursday afternoon in Nantucket District Court by Judge Robert... Read more
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BC Local News
Maritime museum exhibit offers glimpse into life at seawhat would later become Canada. Vancouver (whom the City of Vancouver was name
Maritime museum exhibit offers glimpse into life at sea
BC Local News / Posted 4 days ago
what would later become Canada. Vancouver (whom the City of Vancouver was named after) was originally a protege of Captain James Cook, the first explorer from Britain to make contact with the northwest coast from 1776 to 1779, and sailed on voyages... Read more
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Wired News
The Controversial Race to Breed Climate-Adapted Super Coralpercent of Australia’s vast Great Barrier Reef has been damaged by coral bleach
The Controversial Race to Breed Climate-Adapted Super Coral
Wired News / Posted 4 days ago
percent of Australia’s vast Great Barrier Reef has been damaged by coral bleaching, according to researchers at Australia’s James Cook University. In some areas, the destruction is perhaps irreparable. The culprit is the current El Niño weather... Read more
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PhysOrg
'DNA Nation' misrepresents our past and turns Indigenous people into a palaeo-theme parkpeople who have not left the Stone Age. This is Rosseau's eighteenth century c
'DNA Nation' misrepresents our past and turns Indigenous people into a palaeo-theme park
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
people who have not left the Stone Age. This is Rosseau's eighteenth century concept of the Noble Savage. It's how James Cook, Joseph Banks and other European navigators at the time viewed the Indigenous people of Australia and the Pacific;... Read more
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PhysOrg
Effects of Saharan dust transport on climate change under studyfrom the Sahara desert and African fires is the main objective of scientific ex
Effects of Saharan dust transport on climate change under study
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
from the Sahara desert and African fires is the main objective of scientific expedition JC134 of the Royal Research Ship James Cook. The purpose of the study is to determine the importance of dust transport in regulating the planet's climate and... Read more
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University of Queensland
Crayfish and their worms evolve in unisona spiny mountain crayfish (Euastacus spinifer) from Sydney can be viewed here.
Crayfish and their worms evolve in unison
University of Queensland / Posted 4 days ago
a spiny mountain crayfish (Euastacus spinifer) from Sydney can be viewed here. Credit: Jasper Montana and David Blair from James Cook University Media: Kim Sewell, k.sewell2@uq.edu.au, +61 7 336 54210. Picture captions: 1. Dr Kim Sewell with a... Read more
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PhysOrg
A 100-million-year partnership on the brink of extinctionimage of the five tentacle temnocephalan Temnosewellia c.f rouxi from cultured
A 100-million-year partnership on the brink of extinction
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
image of the five tentacle temnocephalan Temnosewellia c.f rouxi from cultured redclaw crayfish. Credit: David Blair, James Cook University A relationship that has lasted for 100 million years is at serious risk of ending, due to the effects... Read more
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WA Today
Coral species may find respite from bleaching more than 40 metres below, UN reportthe waves, coral species are less likely to be affected by bleaching. Bleached
Coral species may find respite from bleaching more than 40 metres below, UN report
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
the waves, coral species are less likely to be affected by bleaching. Bleached coral at the Great Barrier Reef in 2011. James Cook University researchers expect to shortly announce coral mortality estimates from the latest bleaching events.... Read more
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Northern Echo
Couple call 999 after getting cut off at foot of cliffs near Saltburnon board the lifeboat and landed near the Ship Inn, Saltburn, where he was asse
Couple call 999 after getting cut off at foot of cliffs near Saltburn
Northern Echo / Posted 4 days ago
on board the lifeboat and landed near the Ship Inn, Saltburn, where he was assessed by paramedics before being taken to James Cook University Hospital for treatment for hypothermia. The Redcar inshore lifeboat then returned to pick up the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Coral species may find respite from bleaching more than 40 metres below, UN reportBleached coral at the Great Barrier Reef in 2011. James Cook University researc
Coral species may find respite from bleaching more than 40 metres below, UN report
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Bleached coral at the Great Barrier Reef in 2011. James Cook University researchers expect to shortly announce coral mortality estimates from the latest bleaching events. Photo: Len Zell Deep below the waves, coral species are less likely to be... Read more
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Canberra Times
Coral species may find respite from bleaching more than 40 metres below, UN reportthe waves, coral species are less likely to be affected by bleaching. Bleached
Coral species may find respite from bleaching more than 40 metres below, UN report
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
the waves, coral species are less likely to be affected by bleaching. Bleached coral at the Great Barrier Reef in 2011. James Cook University researchers expect to shortly announce coral mortality estimates from the latest bleaching events.... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Coral species may find respite from bleaching more than 40 metres below, UN reportthe waves, coral species are less likely to be affected by bleaching. Bleached
Coral species may find respite from bleaching more than 40 metres below, UN report
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
the waves, coral species are less likely to be affected by bleaching. Bleached coral at the Great Barrier Reef in 2011. James Cook University researchers expect to shortly announce coral mortality estimates from the latest bleaching events.... Read more
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The Age
Coral species may find respite from bleaching more than 40 metres below, UN reportBleached coral at the Great Barrier Reef in 2011. James Cook University researc
Coral species may find respite from bleaching more than 40 metres below, UN report
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
Bleached coral at the Great Barrier Reef in 2011. James Cook University researchers expect to shortly announce coral mortality estimates from the latest bleaching events. Photo: Len Zell Deep below the waves, coral species are less likely to be... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
MU freshman first to receive a Mizzou BioJoint after football injuryto have to stop doing the things I really like to do or worry about my knee for
MU freshman first to receive a Mizzou BioJoint after football injury
KOMU Columbia / Posted 4 days ago
to have to stop doing the things I really like to do or worry about my knee for the rest of my life,” Jonathan said. Dr. James Cook, director of the Mizzou BioJoint Center, said there are two parts to the Mizzou BioJoint that make it unique. The... Read more
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The Young Witness
Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Woman threatened with firearm and robbed in backyardday 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Woman threatened with firearm and robbed in backyard
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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The Border Mail
Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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The Courier
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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The Young Witness
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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The Young Witness
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Western Advocate
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Western Advocate
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Western Advocate
Woman threatened with firearm and robbed in backyardday 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Woman threatened with firearm and robbed in backyard
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Manning River Times
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Manning River Times
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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The North West Star
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Ballarat breakfast report | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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The North West Star
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature i
Rise & Shine | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
day 1686: Gabriel Fahrenheit, after whom the Fahrenheit scale of temperature is named, is born. [more] 1770: Lieutenant James Cook enters and names Bustard Bay, the first point of landing on Queensland soil. 1819: Queen Victoria, longest... Read more
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